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Sydney to treat South Melbourne as top-tier opponents in FFA Cup semi-final

The Age Sunday, 8 October 2017
Sydney FC boss Graham Arnold says his A-League champions are determined to win every title and trophy they can – which is why they will treat NPL Victoria side South Melbourne as if they were a top-tier challenger when they clash in an FFA Cup semi-final on Wednesday night.
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